Bread Loaf's lectures are becoming archived (when it's up, check out the one EBV did our first morning as well as Charlie Baxter's called "Lush Life") and I discovered recently that you can purchase CDs of the lectures at Warren Wilson's MFA program. When I had been accepted to low-res programs (I ultimately went with regular-res), some would woo me with audio versions of lectures, which I've kept in my car, sometimes listening to the lectures on my commute to campus. I think I might have to start a collection.
(Much of what I have been thinking about, in a panic, is: what next? I let my first year in the MFA program be essentially about the program, but I have to remember that so much of why we stop to get an MFA is the time. I need to take advantage of this, focus, focus, focus, and one of those ways is above.)